– Have a good eye base! If you want your shadows to pop and come off vibrant, leave your base un-set.
– Smaller blending brushes are fantastic to show the transition between colours! Larger brushes can make the colours merge into one.
– Start with the darker shade though the crease first and blend the lighter colours above it.
– Hold the brushes nearer to the end to help apply less pressure, this will give you a smoother looking blend!
Cutting the crease;
– Use a large concealer brush over a small one, this makes it easier to map out the shape as the brush stamps the product in to place for you!
– Take the cut crease higher than your actual crease to avoid transfer when you look up or move your eyes around.
– Map out the shape of your eye/the shape you want the cut crease before you start!
– Remove the shadow and existing base with a cotton bud and makeup remover first before going on top with more concealer/product. This helps it to not look so cakey!
– Start from the middle of the eye to gage the width you want it to be.
– Draw a line along the top lash line before doing the wing, then connect both together.
– Dont pull on your eye too much whilst doing so as this can distort the shape and make it look different to what it’ll be when you relax your eye.
– Most important rule; Keep practicing! Not everything will happen perfectly first time, and you need to get to know your eye shape before expecting it to look a certain way! The more you get used to your eye shape, the easier it will get to know how to do these steps on yourself.
Hope these help!
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– Lucy xxxx